Summer Book Sale
57th Annual Summer Book Sale
“The Best Book Sale in New England”
Friday, July 21 to Tuesday, July 25, 2017, see below for daily hours
OVER 140,000 BOOKS, plus CDs, DVDs, RECORDS, etc., in over 60 categories, plus unique Specials
Admission is FREE and open to the public. Proceeds directly fund Pequot Library's programs, library services, and events.
HOURS & PRICING:
Friday, July 21: 9am to 7pm - DOUBLE the marked price
Saturday, July 22: 9am to 6pm - Priced as marked
Sunday, July 23: 9am to 6pm - Priced as marked
Monday, July 24: 9am to 6pm - HALF the marked price
Tuesday, July 25: 9am to 2pm - $5 PER BAG DAY!
High quality books at reasonable prices
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express Accepted
Help us save the environment: If possible please bring your own reusable bags!
AT THE SALE!
Rare and Collectible “Specials” conveniently located in one room.
Over 55 categories, including your favorites:
- Art & Architecture
- Astrology & Occult
- Atlas & Dictionary
- Children/Young Adult
- Coffee Table
- CT & NE & NY
- Crafts & Hobbies
- Diet & Nutrition
- Education & Text
- Family & Parenting
- Foreign Language
- Gardening & Nature
- Graphic Novels
- Health Issues
- History & Politics
- Large Print
- Law & Crime
- Military History
- Old and Interesting
- Performing Arts
- Pets & Animals
- Recorded Books
- Records, CDs, Tapes, DVDs, Videos
- Religion & Philosophy
- Science Fiction
- Sheet Music
- Signed Books
- Sociology & Anthropology
- Sports (Large selection of Golf books this year.)
- And more!
Scanners & other wireless devices welcome in sales areas; stockpiling and "clearing" not permitted.
CONTACT & DIRECTIONS:
Exit 19 off I-95 south to 720 Pequot Ave, Southport
(203) 259-0346 ext. 15
Getaway Ideas: Walk from Metro North, enjoy a picnic on the Great Lawn or go to a local Southport restaurant. Stroll to the beach after and catch the sunset over Long Island Sound.
Parking: In Pequot Library's parking lot, or the Trinity Episcopal Church* parking lot (on the corner of Pequot Avenue and Center Street), or in the Southport Congregational Church parking lot (524 Pequot Avenue and across from church) or, on the weekend, in the train station parking lot (400 Center Street).